River Road resident, Darren Jones has been charged with the offense of causing dangerous harm to 45-year old Fabian Greenidge of the same address last week Tuesday.
The incident took place at Observatory Road in St. George’s allegedly over a land dispute.
Jones who is unemployed allegedly used a cutlass to reign some blows on Greenidge who is a construction worker.
The injured man was left nursing several injuries to different parts of his body from the chop wounds sustained.
THE NEW TODAY understands that Greenidge had his left ankle and right wrist chopped off by his assailant.
He was rushed to the St. George’s General Hospital where he remains a patient.
The 32-year old Jones was immediately taken into custody by Police Officers attached to the Criminal Investigation Department in St. George’s and charged in connection with the offense.
He appeared before Magistrate Karen Noel at the St. George’s Number Two Magistrate Court last week Friday, and was remanded in custody at the Richmond Hill Prison.
Jones is due back in court on October 19.